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In order for us to be able to properly host Rosh Hashana & Yom Kippur services within the COVID safety guidelines (i.e. physical distance between seats), advanced RSVP is necessary. Thank you! 

Dear Friend,

We hope you will join us for all or some of the High Holiday programs and services, listed below.  We offer our services free of charge, after all, there are no calling fees when you talk to G‑d.    

 

Every Jew will feel at home at the High Holiday inspirational services.  Prayer books have Hebrew and English so that everyone can pray in a language they feel most comfortable in.  Whether you’ve gone to Shul all your life, or this is your first time, trust us – you will love it. Let’s celebrate the Jewish New Year together and start our year on the right foot!  

 

Unless otherwise indicated, services will take place at Chabad. 

 

Looking forward to hearing from you! Don’t hesitate to reach out with any question.

 

Rabbi Nochum & Chyena Yusewitz

 

P.s.  We do rely on the generous donations of the community to make all our events possible.  If you’re able to contribute and become a High Holiday sponsor it would be so much appreciated.  Please visit  JewishGV.com/donate to make your donation or contact Rabbi Nochum (530) 404-0020 or rabbi@JewishGV.com

 

ROSH HASHANA

 

Friday, September 18, 2020
1st Night of Rosh Hashana

6:49 PM         Candle Lighting. Holiday Begins. 

 

Shabbat, September 19
1st Day of Rosh Hashana

TIME TBA      Complete Rosh Hashana Services
                    approximately 3 hours.  Please RSVP for time.  

Sunday, September 20
2nd Day of Rosh Hashana

Time TBA       Morning Services
                     approximately 3 hours.  Please RSVP for time

 

6:00 PM         Tashlich & Shofar Ceremony @ Deer Creek

                     meet at corner of Broad & Sacramento Street

 

 

 

YOM KIPPUR

 

Sunday, September 27, 2020
Night of Yom Kippur

6:30 PM         Candle Lighting & Kol Nidrei Services 

 

 

Monday, September 28
Day of Yom Kippur

 

Please contact us or RSVP for times.

 

 

9:00 AM         Morning Services 
11:00 AM       Yizkor

 

5:15 PM         Afternoon Services & Neila 

7:30 PM         Fast & Holiday Ends

 

 

Kindly let us know you'll be joining by clicking here 

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